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Proto-Germanic: *awi-z, *awistra-n, *awist=
Meaning: sheep
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *awistr n. (a?) `sheepfold'
Old Norse: ǟ-r f. `weibliches Schaf'; ā-sauδr m. `Schaf'
Norwegian: är-saud `Schaf mit Lämmern'
Danish: dial. ɔ-lam `Mutterlamm'
Old English: ēowu, gen. ēowe `Schaf', {äwist}, ēowestre (ēwestre), -es m. `sheepfold', { awēɵi }; { eowde }
English: ewe
Old Frisian: ey
Old Saxon: ewi `Schaf'
Middle Dutch: ooie, ooi, oo, ouwe, ou
Dutch: ooi f.
Old High German: ouwi, ou `Schaf'; ewist, ouwist
Middle High German: ouwe st. f. 'schaf'
German: dial. aue
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